Enter the Samurai

Move over, J-Block! We’ve got a new American fan base in town. Sam Querrey’s fan club, "The Samurai," is made

Move over, J-Block! We’ve got a new American fan base in town. Sam Querrey’s fan club, "The Samurai," is made up of a few bare-chested young fellows who spell out his first name on their bodies, and a few others with white headbands.

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I really do prefer The Samurai to the low-rent attitude of the J-Block, what with their fratty and crude screaming (which James Blake actually caught a lot of heat for after his loss the other night). The Samurai sits in the player’s box, not a luxury suite, and I caught them several times applauding winners and aces from Rafael Nadal.

They may need to switch it to another gear, though. Their boy, Querrey, is down a set against Nadal. 

Enter the Samurai